Carol Fabian inducted into KU Women’s Hall of Fame for contributions to breast cancer research

19 May
Carol Fabian inducted into KU Women's Hall of Fame for contributions to breast cancer research

Among the women inducted into the University of Kansas Hall of Fame on April 14, 2016, was Carol Fabian, MD. Fabian, a professor of medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center and director of the Breast Cancer Prevention Center … Read More »

Studies Have Shown that Anti-nausea Drugs do not Increase the Risk of Birth Defects

12 May
Studies have shown that anti-nausea drugs do not increase the risk of birth defects

Women suffering from extreme morning sickness often take Zofran (ondansetron) to combat their debilitating nausea and vomiting. However, two studies have found that the drug may increase risk of heart defects and cleft palate in children exposed in utero. A … Read More »

MII-pH Can Help Doctors Confirm Diagnosis of GERD in Newborns before Treatment

4 May
MII-pH Can Help Doctors Confirm Diagnosis of GERD in Newborns before Treatment

Drugs millions of Americans currently use for their indigestion and reflux, so it may be no surprise that parents and doctors also prescribe medicine and neonatal reflux. However, according to a new study, the newborn might be the most over-treatment … Read More »

Residential Radon Exposure May Cause a Woman’s Risk of Blood Cancers

30 Apr
Residential radon exposure may lead to hematologic cancer risk in women

Radon is a colorless, odorless and poisonous radioactive noble gas, which is a decay product of radium by, people suffered a major source of internal exposure. A new report finds a statistically-significant, positive association between high levels of residential radon … Read More »

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Maybe Lead To Stunting in Young Children

23 Feb
Excessive growth of bacteria in small intestine could lead to stunting in young children

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is mainly because of intestinal stasis, bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine resulting in malabsorption. Diarrhea, steatorrhea, malabsorption and nutritional anemia and other clinical manifestations, with an appropriate antibiotic treatment has a positive effect. Cholestasis syndrome … Read More »

Higher-fat DASH Diet Significantly Reduces Blood Pressure And Triglycerides

11 Feb

High triglycerides are as a hyperlipidemia, the main hazards to the human body is mainly caused atherosclerosis, resulting in blood vessel blockage and thrombosis. The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) dietary pattern, which is high in fruits, vegetables and … Read More »

One Of The Biggest ContributorsTo The Obesity Epidemic Is Fast-food Restaurants

8 Feb
New study shows 92% of measured restaurant meals exceed calo

Mildly obese, control the total consumption, the use of low calorie, low fat diet, avoid intake of high-carbohydrate foods, so less than the total daily calorie consumption, more physical exercise to lose weight. Meals consumed at fast-food restaurants are often … Read More »